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Welcome to my personal place, all about....ME! Here you will find some pictures, and whatever else pops into my head. :-}
In the interest of page load-time, the following pictures have been thumbnailed...just click any picture for a larger version.
|1978||High School Graduation Photo, 1978|
|First Degree AAS, Computer Application||AAS Graduation, 1996|
|BSB/IS (Bachelor of Science, Business Information Systems) (time to fix the scanner)||BSB/IS Graduation, 2001|
for MS/CIS Degree
ETA Spring 2004
|Heald College Student of the Quarter
Summer Quarter, 1995
|Educational "Wall of Fame"|
|Presented by CIS/1 Class, Fall 2002|
|Coach's "Wall of Fame"|
|First Year Coaching Youth Football
The Santa Rosa Stallions Mighty Mites
under the leadership of Coach Jack Goolsby.
|Second Year Coaching
Santa Rosa Stallions Mighty Mites
Head Coach Don Walker
|Third Year, Cordova Jr. Lancers Jr. Pee
Head Coach Jim Gerow
|First year as Head Coach
Cordova Jr. Lancers Mighty Mites
|Award from parents, 2000 Mighty Mites Season||Present from the 2000 Mighty Mites
"That one was for you" refers to the first ever
Mighty Mite Touchdown scored
the weekend before.
|CJL Webmaster 2000||Coach Cliff, 2001|
|2001 CJL Mighty Mites|
|2001 Cordova Jr. Lancers Mighty Mites Taking the Field|
|CJL Webmaster 2002||2002 CJL Mighty Mites|
|Cliff and Kent checking out the Sac State Hornets|
|Someday I'm going
to figure out how I keep getting myself into these things!!
In 2001 John and Billy decided to try baseball, and when I explained to the powers that be
that wanted me to be a coach that I didn't know much about baseball, and in my efforts to help a
"friend", I found myself behind the plate dodging baseballs as an Umpire, and for the 2002 Season
I will be serving the league as the Chief Umpire.
|Tell me again....how many strikes do you get?|
|In August of 2004, my father passed away. If you want to know what an awesome man he was, please feel free to click HERE to go to his tribute site. Dad was a Square Dance caller, and he instilled in me a love of Square Dancing, and on the long drive home after his funeral, I realized that this was something I needed to get back to doing. And it was one of the better decisions I've ever made...because Dad is always with me out there on the floor, and I have met some people that are more like family than friends.|
This is a picture taken in Gig Harbor Washington, and when I had to give
it a name, all that came to mind was "friends", but perhaps a
better title would have been family because those people in the photo have
become like a family to me.
Unfortunately as happens with families, sometimes we have to say goodbye, and today we gathered in SeaTac Washington to say goodbye to a dear friend, Doug Downey Sr., the distinguished looking individual with the million dollar smile on the far left of this picture. Doug, you are gone from us, but you will never be forgotten.....we will all miss that smile and sense of mischief you brought with you.
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